Co-op Cycles REV DRT

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Summary of Reviews

We have read all expert and user reviews on the Co-op Cycles REV DRT. In summary, this is what cyclists think.

8 reasons to buy

  • This bike has a front suspension fork and 2.6” tires to comfortably take young riders over roots and rocks when trail riding.
  • The bike is easy to assemble.
  • The REV DRT Kids' Bike has a quality, durable aluminum frame.
  • The grip shifts are easy for young riders to use.
  • The REV DRT is fast on the downhills.
  • The wide 2.6" tires offer riders stability and control when riding.
  • The bike is visually appealing, with reflective logos and an olive-green frame.
  • Users found that the bike was affordable.

6 reasons not to buy

  • The bike does not have space for a water bottle.
  • The seatpost clamp is not quick-release.
  • Many users had derailleur issues and had to have the derailleur adjusted or replaced.
  • The grips can easily slip off the bike.
  • The bike is heavy. It weighs 31 lbs.
  • The bike does not have a kickstand.

Bottom line

The REV DRT Kids' Bike is an entry-level 24” mountain bike for children 4’2” to 4’10”. It has a grip shifter and hydraulic disc brakes. The bike comfortably maneuvers over obstacles on the trail with 2.6” tires and a SR Suntour XCT JR24 front suspension fork. Many users had issues with the derailleur on the bike. The bike is heavy compared to its competitors.

Expert Reviews

0/100 based on 0 rated expert reviews
Dylan Perschon

New bike Co Op REV DRT 24

I love it. It’s amazing.

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User Ratings

84/100 based on 39 ratings
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